A woman and a man. They’re getting ready for a killing. That is all. He’s teaching her to defend herself. It takes place in New Mexico or somewhere like it. The guy is checking out that sword. He is chastising the other guy for being a coward.
This takes place in the old fashioned days. This is their habit. He thinks they’re playing. She tells him, “touché!” Their names are Francisco and Matilda (chuckles). The woman is going to win. She just gave the man a little space and then she’s going to take him. The prize is a trip to Europe. His life is the prize. They are going to work together and play together.
If I were standing there I would get out of the way! If you look at the length of their swords, it varies quite a bit. She is crazy as hell to be sitting there and letting that guy go by based on the length of his sword. I think she’s going to give him a spanking.
They’re having a hand fight. They are fighting about a dollar and a half. It’s not worth it any more to fight over that.
I was born in New Mexico and there are a lot of Mexicans there and everyone has a good bonding. The girls are pretty there too. “Ay-you-ga!”
I would hear screaming. I would hear screaming because I would be rooting for the girl because I would want the girl to win. Girl power!
Charlie did it. You best be beating it. Money or not.
This looks like it could be based on an old fashioned movie where the guy in the middle, in the back, just came home from war and found his wife flouncing around with that man. It really does happen, you know.
Created by male storytellers at a VA Dementia Care Community. 20 March, 2017.